I postulate that there are main two modes of learning - slow and steady stacking of strong information. And secondly, piling fast lots of weak data to make good inferences from the whole.
Are you depressed or on the verge of it? Here's a 7-step guide to get out of it. You can also take this as a list of things not to do to get depressed.
What is truly valuable? Do you know where you got your current values? The utilitarian view to life.
Why it is meaningless to believe in a deity (answer: It is not a reliably accurate model of reality!) and how I reached this understanding. Also, paradoxically, how I still believe in god.
Dissection of Kegan's levels and whether the theory has any useful grounds.